Friday, October 25, 2013

Série noire (1979): I'm Good For Nothing Without a [French Nymphet]



We wrote in The Allure of Nymphets and in a previous post that Captain Save a Damsel rarely, if ever, saves the damsel in distress, but often becomes ensnared in her web of unending drama.

For example, in the French film Série noire (1979), Franck Poupart (Patrick Dewaere), a middle-aged salesman fell in love with Mona, a majorly cute fifteen-year-old nymphet. Mona was forced into teen prostitution by her elderly aunt, but after Frank tried to rescue Mona from a life of harlotry, he found himself in a world trouble and turmoil.

Frank even made the PUA faux pas of saying, "I'm good for nothing without a [young] woman." 


An ephebophile should never seek out a nymphet to feel validated (i.e., out of neediness) or to show-off.

Interestingly, Mona was played by 16-year-old Marie Trintignant who appeared nude in the film. And Série noire was based on an American novel - Jim Thompson's A Hell of a Woman.

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